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- Age is Just a Number
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Every senior deserves suitable housing.
We treat everyone with dignity.
We work with integrity.
We accept everyone.
Do you have tickets to our latest event, Age is Just a Number? If not, be sure to grab yours! Click on Age is Just a Number in the top menu bar to read more about our the event, or click on the ticket to buy yours right away!
Seniors Services Society sits on the Advisory Board for Raising the profile project, which is celebrating the value of community-based seniors' services in B.C. Are you and/or your organization a signatory to the CBSS Declaration yet? You can read and sign it online here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CBSSDeclaration
The Seniors First BC (formerly BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support) is now offering a FREE ELDER LAW CLINIC at Seniors Services Society office on 750 Carnarvon Street (across the New Westminster skytrain station).
The clinic is offered the 1st Tuesday of every month from 2pm to 4pm. Please contact Seniors First BC to book an appointment with the elder law clinic at 604-336-5653.
Don’t get scammed! Beware of fraudsters claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency
Did you get a suspicious email, telephone call, letter or text message claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)? If you’re asked for personal information such as your credit card number, bank account number or passport number, this is a scam.
Keep these facts in mind: The Canada Revenue Agency will never:
Even if these messages may seem convincing, they are scams and you should never respond to them or click on any of their links.
You can sign up for Account Alerts, CRA’s fraud prevention service. When you sign up through My Account or the MyCRA mobile web app, the CRA will let you know by email if your direct deposit information or your home or mailing address was changed, if mail sent to you by the CRA was returned, and if details about your representative were changed.
If you think you may have been the victim of a tax scam or have been tricked into giving out your personal or financial information, contact your local police as soon as possible because your financial security and personal identity are at risk.